The 1 second film

http://www.the1secondfilm.com/

About The 1 Second Film

The 1 Second Film is a non-profit web fueled collaborative art project that anyone in the world can be part of, including celebrities. :)

As a community, we’re creating the World’s Biggest Shortest Film. The 1 Second Film project is built around one-second of animation (24 frames); each frame is a large mural that was painted by hundreds of people during a collaborative event.

Anyone can help produce the film by donating $1. With thousands of Producers, our end credits will last an estimated 90-minutes! During our credits, a feature-length making of documentary will play, detailing the inspiring and often absurd story behind the project.

All profits raised by the finished film will be donated to the Global Fund for Women.

The 1 Second Film is being directed by award winning filmmaker Nirvan Mullick, and is a production of The Collaboration Foundation, a non-profit art organization with a 5 Phase Plan to bring the world together, one-second at a time, using collaborative art to foster global community and inspire social change.

http://www.roadtooprah.com/

We are on a quest to ask Oprah for $1 to join the producers of The 1 Second Film. The 1 Second Film is a non-profit global collaborative art project bringing thousands of people together to make a film that makes a difference. Anyone in the world can help produce The 1 Second Film by donating $1. From Kiefer Sutherland to Kevin Bacon, thousands of producers are already participating. All profits from our finished film will benefit the Global Fund for Women. It’s the start of a 5 Phase Plan to bring the world together, one second at a time.

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